Drake

Definition of Drake

Pronunciation: drāk
n.1.The male of the duck kind.
2.The drake fly.
The drake will mount steeple height into the air.
- Walton.
Drake fly
a kind of fly, sometimes used in angling.
The dark drake fly, good in August.
- Walton.
1.A dragon.
Beowulf resolves to kill the drake.
- J. A. Harrison (Beowulf).
2.A small piece of artillery.
Two or three shots, made at them by a couple of drakes, made them stagger.
- Clarendon.
1.Wild oats, brome grass, or darnel grass; - called also drawk, dravick, and drank.

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